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Get Out on Local Trails with Missy Kane

City of Knoxville Greenways
City of Knoxville Parks
Legacy Parks Foundation
Knox County Parks and Recreation
Missy Kane Web Site
Get Out on Local Trails flyer [PDF]

About the Program:

Who: All ages
Various trails in Knoxville/Knox County (see list below)
3-4 miles in length
Wednesdays at 8:45 a.m.
Cost: $35 for a series of eight hikes; Hikers will receive a t-shirt and a pocket-sized Urban Wilderness Trail map; Individual hikes are $10 per hike. Children under 12 are free.
Register: Active.com

Outdoor Knoxville Web Site

Missy will be hiking this summer in cooperation with the Legacy Parks Foundation, the City of Knoxville, and Knox County for a series of hikes on local trails. Bring a bottle of water (and a light snack for energy). Thompson Cancer Survival Center will provide sunscreen in case you forget to bring your own. City of Knoxville and Knox County Parks and Recreation officials will also be on the walks.

Questions? Send Missy an e-mail at missyfitandfun@gmail.com or call Covenant Health at (865) 541-4500. 

Hiking Schedule

June 5 - Sharps Ridge Memorial Park
M meet at the Outdoor Knoxville Adventure Center at 8:45 a.m. After a brief presentation, we will carpool to the trailhead. Those that would like to enjoy lunch will continue to Three Rivers

June 12 - Knoxville Urban Wilderness
Meads Quarry Trails
Meet at Ijams Nature Center at 8:45 a.m. and we'll shuttle over to Meads Quarry to explore the scenic new trails along the Ross Marble Quarry.

June 19 - Knoxville Urban Wilderness
William Hastie Natural Area
Meet at the trailhead off Margaret Road at 8:45 a.m. to check-out the newest trails in this park.

June 26 - Concord Park Trails
Meet at the parking area next to the tennis courts. To cool off after a nice hike we'll head over to the Cove to paddle - your choice - kayaks or standup paddleboards.

July 3 - House Mountain Natural Area
Meet at the parking lot at 8 a.m. so we can get an early start to avoid some of the heat. You will be climbing to the highest point in Knox County so the trail to the summit are strenuous!

July 10 - Haw Ridge Trails and Greenway
Meet at the parking area off Edgemoor Road at 8:45. After hiking several miles of trails, those that want to bring a bike can join us for a greenway ride to the Riverside Grill.

July 17 - Knoxville Urban Wilderness
Will Skelton Greenway & Forks of the River WMA Trails
The sunflower fields should be in full bloom as we hike along the Will Skelton Greenway from Ijams Nature Center to the trails at the Forks. Meet at 8:45 at Ijams Nature Center.

July 24 - Seven Islands Wildlife Refuge
Meet at the parking area at the end of Kelly Lane. Those that want to
enjoy lunch afterwards will head to the Tuckahoe Trading Post on Kodak Rd.

For more information, please visit www.OutdoorKnoxville.com


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